We had a cat come up to our house on Welch this fall. It was hanging around, so we decided to let it in the house for a little bit. It was a stray tom cat that wasn't declawed or neutered. We named him Garbage (beacuse he eats garbage:wink:) and decided that if he kept coming back, he could stay. Unfortunately I haven't seen it since October.
Garbage likes the Harvest.
Responsible pet owners do not let cats roam.
Find the owner, and punch them in the face.
As a happily married man, my advice would be to stay away from a stray ***** especially if it is overly friendly. It will only cause you trouble. And by no means let her in the house.:wink:
I would say that from your description of the cat; no front claws, healthy looking and friendly that it probably belongs to, or did belong to someone in the vicinity. If it doesn't pose a problem, and isn't a nuisance or a threat, I would let it be. This time of year homeless animals, even in urban areas, tend to look fairly unkempt because of the places they have to use for shelter are generally abandoned and/or pretty dirty. If you're worried about the cat's health or well-being, call a shelter and ask for their opinion.